Fred Hull serves as staff counsel and tech support at the Mountain Lion Foundation. But what really gets him excited is the opportunity to get out in the field to help save lions. He has many years of experience building pens and enclosures to protect pets and livestock from mountain lions and other predators. From his experience, the Mountain Lion Foundation has evolved an inexpensive pen that can be put together in just two hours using locally sourced materials and which easily adapts to various types of livestock and predators.
There will be a “hand’s on” opportunity to see a pen be assembled and to discuss material choices and options as they relate to different predators.
Upon conclusion of the program, there will be a drawing to give the pen away to one lucky participant to use for their farm or hobby animals.
About the Mountain Lion Foundation
Since 1986, the Mountain Lion Foundation has inspired citizens across the nation to act on behalf of lions and their habitat by presenting practical solutions to complex problems, providing unbiased information to media, aiding local activists, promoting lion research, influencing regulation and changing laws.